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This week, we’re sharing stories from Robert Sanchez, Nicholas Hune-Brown, Emily Van Duyne, David Ferris, and Jaya Saxena. Against the commodification of community. Lisa Whittington-Hill suggests there’s a distinct gender bias in celebrity memoirs. Where female celebrities are expected to expose all, male writers get to write about whatever they want. How did the plain green lawn become the central landscaping feature in America, and what is the ecological cost? Jill Talbot on secret messages between mother and daughter. Longreads Home Editors’ Picks Features Topics Best Of 2020 Store Become a Member Log In Twitter Facebook Support Us Log In Store Support Us Editors’ Picks Features Topics Best Of 2020 Longreads A Sketch Artist, a Grieving Mother, and An Unsolved Mystery By Longreads Feature They set out to solve a cold case. The more they dug, the more terrifying the truth became. “He couldn’t remember coming here, or going anywhere. He looked down at himself. With a writhe of horror, he found he couldn’t even remember getting dressed. His clothes were unfamiliar.” Longreads The best longform article stories to read stories on the web
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This week, we’re sharing stories from Diana Moskovitz, Kathryn Ivey, Katherine Laidlaw, Chris Colin, and Josh Dzieza. “You could actually restore a species to be even more diverse and healthier than it was before, Church says. “You can include diversity from multiple points in the globe and multiple points in time.”” Our editors share five favorites, just in time for your weekend. Let’s go down to the woods today … with a reading list all about trees. Let’s go down to the woods today … with a reading list all about trees. “Peering in, I see that last week’s eggs are now chicks. Tiny bright-yellow beaks, mouths opening and closing silently. This is the magic.” article stories to read Against the commodification of community. This week, we’re sharing stories from Matt Hamilton and Garrett Therolf, Lacy M. Johnson, Devin Kelly, Max Bell, and Rainesford Stauffer. The inside story of author Blake Bailey’s grooming of middle-school girls. In a town under siege from Assad’s regime, a small group built a library from books rescued from the rubble. “Miguel Jr. and Jeannette are troubled that Miguel’s doctors didn’t present ECMO as an option, and then resisted the idea when the family suggested it.” For 50 years, Enthusiastic Sobriety programs have offered to help teenagers kick drugs and alcohol. But former followers say ES doesn’t save lives—it destroys them. Against the commodification of community. They set out to solve a cold case. The more they dug, the more terrifying the truth became. This week, we’re sharing stories from Anand Gopal, Óscar Martínez, Erica Lenti, T.J. Quinn, and Matt Zoller Seitz. One man’s quest to find his son lays bare the reality of Palestinian life under Israeli rule. “And thus another Hollywood tradition was born: film choruses belting out perfectly nonsensical prose with utter conviction.” Six stories on the immediate and ongoing aftermath of the attacks that took place on September 11th, 2001. This week, we’re sharing stories from Anand Gopal, Óscar Martínez, Erica Lenti, T.J. Quinn, and Matt Zoller Seitz. “And thus another Hollywood tradition was born: film choruses belting out perfectly nonsensical prose with utter conviction.” This week, we’re sharing stories from David Rohde, Sarah Cox, Wyatt Williams, Joshua Hammer, and Kiana Fitzgerald, Paula Mejía, Matt Sonzala, Donnie Houston, Lance Scott Walker, Brandon Caldwell, Cat Cardenas, cyberbullying articles stories